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new scrapes #8674193 08/26/22 09:10 PM
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Seeing a lot of new scrapes over the lease. Some bucks are rubbing off the velvet...won't be long now.

Re: new scrapes [Re: fishbait] #8674819 08/27/22 06:18 PM
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Seems a little early for scrapes.

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I had a buddy send me pics . There velvet is already gone .

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For what its worth, scrapes and rubs are different. Rubs is where they leave their business on a tree, and a scrape is usually on the ground. Could have a low hanging limb with it. Not too early for rubs in some areas.


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Re: new scrapes [Re: fishbait] #8675275 08/28/22 11:43 AM
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Yes ..........you're right on what is a scrape and a rub but what you may not know is scrapes are made before, during, and after rutting seasons.


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Re: new scrapes [Re: fishbait] #8675283 08/28/22 12:07 PM
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I've seen as many as two or three bucks the same day, work the same scrape and the same buck work more than one during the same day. What I think is they are saying I have been here...lol ...however, I believe large bucks makes big scrapes(bigger in diameter) and rubs on larger and small trees. I look for rubs and scrapes every day I'm at the lease after the bucks rubs off their velvet.

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